Three Last Minute Valentine’s Gift Ideas in Tulsa, plus a bonus!
- You can’t go wrong with a dinner catered with Chef Nico of Burning Cedar Indigenous Food. Chef Nico prepares Nataive inspired modern American cuisine using both local and small batch sourced ingredients. Chef Nico was able to prepare us a Thanksgiving meal that met our dietary needs with options for vegetarian and gluten free diets. Check out her Valentine’s Day Menu here.
- If you are looking for last minute gifts in Tulsa we recommend heading to the Pearl and Meadow Gold Districts in Tulsa. You’ll find some of our favorite places to shop here. Hummingbird Fine Craft is an artist’s cooperative and always has something new to discover. Situated on Rte 66 between Peoria and Utica in Tulsa is the trio of Decopolis, Buck Atoms, and The Sky Gallery. At Decopolis science and magic meet adventure. You are bound to find that unique gift you just won’t find anywhere else in the area. While you are at Decopolis stop next door at The Sky Gallery where you will find locally made art, jewelry and handcrafted one of a kind pieces.
- Take a short trip to Sand Springs, just 15 minutes from downtown Tulsa and you will find Agitsi Stained Glass, which is more than a stained glass studio. It’s a gallery and holds classes too. While you are there, shop for gifts from Native American artists or book a class for you and your sweetie.
Lastly if you are reading this on Valentine’s Day and don’t have time to head out to the local stores, we would like to suggest a gift certificate from Cherokee Copper. We even have a free Cherokee Love card you can download and print. Remember it is never too late to get or give a gift!